R.a.M your answer concerns me. I hope that O.P has not followed your advice because plainly it is sketchy to say the least. Your guidance on the Foxtons ruling is inaccurate. Clauses are perfectly legitimate if they clear and understandable.
Originally Posted by ram
Furthermore, the 3 points you set out are all wishy washy. If there is no early termination clause within a contract, then you may have to 1) offer to terminate in exchange for a premium - entirely at LA's discretion. 2) If you believe that LA is not performing on their contractual obligations then seek a court order to this effect.
You cannot simply unilaterally withdraw from a contract that does not allow you to and expect not to be hit with fees and/or court action.
The opinions I give are simply my opinions and interpretations of what I have learnt, in numerous years as a property professional, I would not rely upon them without consulting with a paid advisor and providing them with all the salient facts BSc (Hons)